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Unix HowTo: Start / Stop / Restart Network Service Command

How do I start, stop, or restart networking service under HP-UX, OpenBSD, AIX and other Unix like operating systems?
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CentOS / RHEL: Remove Routes / From the System

How do I disable the route / from CentOS or RHEL 6 Linux server?
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Linux Static IP Address Configuration

How do I configure the Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) properties of a network connection with a static IP address for servers running Linux operating systems? How do I configure static IP address under Debian Linux or Redhat / RHEL / Fedora / Redhat Enterprise Linux server?
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SUSE Linux Restart / Stop / Start Network Service

How do I start / stop or restart networking service under Suse Linux without rebooting the server?
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Slackware Linux Restart / Start / Stop Networking Service Command

How do I restart or start or stop networking service on Slackware Linux using command line option?
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HowTo: Linux Restart Network Interface

How do I restart network interface under Linux operating systems after making changes to IP configuration without rebooting the box?
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Red Hat / CentOS Linux Setting a Default Gateway

Q. How do I setup up a default Gateway for all interfaces (eth0 and eth1) under CentOS Linux 5?

A.There are different ways to setup TCP/IP hosts so that you can reach to remote destinations. The simplest one is to setup default gateway by modifying the /etc/sysconfig/network

Setup a default Gateway

Open /etc/sysconfig/network file:
# vi /etc/sysconfig/network
Setup GATEWAY={Router-IP}, if router IP is, type:
Save and close the file. Here is my complete file:

You need to restart networking service:
# /etc/init.d/networking restart

HowTo Bind A Range Of IP’s in Debian / Ubuntu Linux

I've recently installed Debian Linux 4.0 on my server and Ubuntu Linux 7.04 on Laptop. I would love to have a multiple IP address that I can use for verity of purposes. I would like to bind 4 IP's to the 'eth0' device or NIC. How do I achieve this?
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